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2019 Social Security cost-of-living adjustment now expected to be 2.8 percent

Previously, the organization had projected a 3% increase in Social Security benefits next year. The Social Security Administration will issue its official announcement of the 2019 cost-of-living adjus... read more

Why Your 2019 Social Security Increase Could Be the Biggest in Years

Despite the program's provision for cost of living adjustments, Social Security hasn't been as kind to retirees in recent years as many would like. 2018's increase of 2% was actually the largest since ... read more

Social Security COLA Looks Likely To Top 3% In 2019

Trends suggest a COLA increase of 3.1% to 3.2% looks likely. Although it's certainly not a windfall for retired people, it's looking likely that Social Security's cost-of-living ... can also expect th... read more

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Special Report: Ky. pension obligations loom in the Tri-State

By fiscal year 2019 that number is projected to jump to a combined $5.3 million for one year. The city of Flatwoods faces a nearly $100,000 increase, or 50 percent spike ... placing newly hired teache... read more

Worried About a Recession? Here’s When the Next Slump Will Hit

Eleven of the 31 economists recently surveyed by Bloomberg believed the American recession would hit in 2018, and all but two of them expected ... increase Medicare and Social Security costs. This nee... read more

Retirement cuts, pay freeze: ‘A realistic menace?’

President Donald Trump has proposed skipping any 2019 pay raise called for by the FEPCA pay law. Another plan would eliminate cost-of-living adjustments in future ... are age 62 and eligible to collec... read more

Retire Smarter: Big Social Security Changes For 2018 And FTG Portfolio Supplements

Coming off of a zero cost-of-living adjustment in 2016 and a miserly .3 percent COLA in 2017 ... requires CMS to remove Social Security numbers from Medicare cards by April 2019. Medicare Drug Premium... read more

How the new tax code impacts you

If the cost of living increases by a higher rate than the chained CPI, taxpayers could find themselves in higher tax brackets over time and paying higher percentages of their income in taxes. Yackshaw ... read more

Trying to Bring NJ’s Antipoverty Program into the 21st Century

Benefits would then increase annually at the same rate that Social Security benefits increase ... the bill is expected to cost an additional $10.9 million during fiscal 2018, $20.7 million in fiscal 2... read more

Kentucky Teachers Walk Out

S.B. 151 doesn’t cut cost of living adjustments for retirees, unlike its predecessors. But it does end the current defined benefit plan for teachers hired after January 1, 2019, and moves ... she coul... read more

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